A Critical Review of Bertrand Comparet’s Sermon I COME AS A THIEF

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A Critical Review of Bertrand Comparet’s Sermon I COME AS A THIEF

Here we are going to present a critical review of Bertrand Comparet’s Sermon I Come as a Thief. Doing this, we may be especially hard on Comparet for his failed view of eschatology, but before we criticize him we will also admit that, if we had lived in his same era, we too may have fallen into the trap which he did, believing that the end of the age was going to come to its conclusion in the Cold War with the Soviet Union and a nuclear conflagration and invasion of the United States by Communist hordes.

But we now see that the Communist hordes were here all along, and they have already come to control practically everything of note in America. They are called Jews, and have deceived us with party politics and capitalist internationalism while making our Western nations safe for Marxism and a flood of non-White so-called immigrants. These devils were still under much deeper cover in the 1960’s when Comparet was writing, and even he did not see what was truly going to come.

However when we set aside the errors in Comparet’s eschatology, he is still correct in his principal, and that is because he did his best, in spite of the temptations to imagine the future, to adhere to the prophecy already given in Scripture, in both the Old Testament and in the words of Yahshua Christ. So even though the play on the world stage did not take the course that Comparet thought it might, his conclusions are certainly valid and his sermon worthy of review. So he begins:

A man cannot be a podiatrist and trim your toe corns without passing an examination to prove that he is competent to provide this service. But, any fool can become a legislator, and a lot of fools do become one. Consequently our laws, as a rule, are the products of unskilled labor. In trying to draft a statute, it isn't too difficult to word it so that anybody who is trying in good faith can understand it. The big problem is to word it so that somebody who is trying in bad faith, to misunderstand it, can't do so.

Of course, Comparet was a lawyer. Comparet is correct concerning the unskilled labor analogy and politicians, but the Scriptures warned us of that in Judges chapter 9. The truth is that legislators don’t really write any legislation at all. Instead, certain special interests have teams of Jewish lawyers write it and they hand it to legislators to promote in committee. The lack of skill is useful to those special interests, because the legislators often don’t even know what they are promoting, and usually do not even read all the hundreds of pages of the laws which they vote to pass. Continuing with Comparet, we must realize that pastors operate not much differently than politicians:

We have a somewhat similar problem with the Bible. Somehow, no matter how plainly the Bible states something, it is always possible for some little sect to pick some verse out of context, and manage to completely misinterpret it and then make it a principal doctrine and off they go. We are going to learn about one of these doctrines.

Today, some of our major churches don't really believe in the return of Yahshua. They don't require their ordained ministers to claim that they believe Yahshua is actually returning. Even those who do believe it, can get some surprising differences of doctrine about this subject. As to what the return of Yahshua will be like, there is a good deal about this subject in the Bible and it seems to me to be pretty clear. I want you to learn what some of the churches have done with this information.

Confusion has arisen because in Revelation 16: 15 Yahshua says, "Behold, I come as a thief." When a thief, or burglar, breaks into your house and steals something, ordinarily we don't catch him in the act, he gets away without us seeing him. Because of this short passage, some churches teach Yahshua is coming back but nobody will know He is here.

From the words, "Behold I come as a thief," there is the obvious inference that Yahshua's coming will not be observed in sufficient time. This is very different from saying that He is going to come and go, and nobody will know He has been here. If somebody tells you that a thief can stand right in front of you and you can look right through him because he is invisible, you wouldn't be fooled by that [for] a minute. Yet, this is what some of these sects teach, as to the return of Yahshua.

Some of these sects teach there will be, not only a second coming of Yahshua, but even a third. They teach He is really coming the first time just to collect His church, His elect, to resurrect some of the dead and translate some of the living. Then Yahshua and His church are going to flee from the world and leave Satan in triumphant possession of the earth for three and a half years.

You might get this out of some fiction story, but you can't get this out of the Bible, not if you honestly read it. These sects know that Yahshua is coming back; He is going to collect those who are worthy, the elect. He is also going to judge the whole world. These are supposed to be two separate and distinct times.

These are the claims of many of the rapture cult, and it is essentially a comic-book religion based on a bad interpretation of two or three passages, but people love to believe in lies. However Comparet himself often had a problem with the so-called millennium. In some of his sermons he taught that Christ would return, conquer His enemies, and rule over them for a thousand years, after which those enemies would somehow make a comeback. So even he was blind-sided by some bad translations, interpolations of Scripture, and judeotard baggage. Continuing with Comparet:

One group even says that Yahshua has already been here and gotten His elect. When they say this, they are confessing that they themselves are not of the elect because they are still around. They also can't point to any sudden and mysterious disappearance of some of their church congregation either. Apparently nobody in the group made it.

Of course, Comparet wrote this sermon addressing people that we refer to as judeotards, which are the denominational Christians of the organized churches, all of which have been Judaized to a great degree. But concerning the Second Advent, which is the promised return of Christ, we have many other heresies within Christian Identity. Some, whom we must label Preterists, think He has already come and is not going to return again. So clowns like V. S. Herrell insist the return of Christ was in 70 AD. Others similar to him see the problems with that claim, and push it up to the fall of Rome in the 5th century.

Still others, who are not Preterists, insist that Christians (a term we limit properly to include only White people) must do something in order to bring Christ back for themselves, that if they rise up against the beast they can somehow force the hand of God to return the Kingdom of Heaven to the true children of Israel. On this point, they come to near agreement with many of the Preterists, who think that Christians should have been attempting that endeavor since 70 AD, and are failures for not yet having been successful. But the fact of the matter is that Christ Himself, when asked by His disciples “Prince, then at this time shall You restore the Kingdom to Israel?” He had responded and said “It is not yours to know the times or the seasons which the Father has placed in His own authority. Rather you shall receive power of the Holy Spirit coming upon you and you shall be My witnesses in both Jerusalem and in all Judaea and Samareia, and unto the end of the earth.” So immediately thereafter He departed from them and ascended to the Father, and as his disciples marveled at the spectacle, “… two men in white clothing stood by them. And they said ‘Men, Galilaians, why do you stand looking into the heaven? This Yahshua, who is taken up from you into the heaven, thusly shall He come in the manner which you have beheld Him going into the heaven.’” These things are recorded in Acts chapter 1. In this sermon, Comparet did not cite Acts chapter 1, but he certainly makes the same points from other Scriptures. So we continue where he asks:

What does the Bible really say on this subject? When we find this simile, of stealthily coming as a thief used by Yahshua, He always uses it in such a way as to make it perfectly clear that if you don't notice it in time, it is your own fault for not being on the alert looking for Him.

Matthew 24:42-44 warns us, "Watch therefore: for ye know not what hour Yahshua doth come. But know this, that if the good men of the house had known in what watch the thief would come, he would have watched, and would not have suffered his house to broken into. Therefore be ye also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not, the Son of man cometh."

Is there anything in these Bible verses from which you could get the inference that His coming is going to be invisible? Nothing that I can see. It is very plain, if you are on the alert, you will observe His coming, if you aren't alert, it is your own fault. The same emphasis upon the need to be watchful is found in the other verses where the thief idea is used.

Many Preterists deny that Christ would come personally, and claim he has already returned by proxy, such as in the person of Titus who led the armies that destroyed Jerusalem. Such thoughts are also entirely contrary to Scriptures, and those who promote them are essentially denying God.

Where Comparet says “if not, it is your own fault”, he means to imply that the consequences of your not having been watchful shall be your own fault, because there will be consequences if you are not mentally and spiritually prepared for His coming. This is clear where we see in Revelation chapter 18, in another passage which Comparet did not cite here, that the fall of Babylon is described and we read: “4 And I heard another voice from out of heaven, saying: ‘You come out from her, My people, that you should not partake in her errors, and that you would not receive from of her wounds, 5 because her errors have built up as far as heaven and Yahweh has called to mind her injustices!’” Those who are not watchful will not understand that call to know that they must come out of Babylon, so instead they shall suffer along with the ungodly. Comparet explains that in another way a little later, but for now he continues:

We come across this coming as a thief idea in the course of the messages to the seven churches. "And unto the angel of the church in Sardis write, Be watchful, and strengthen the things that remain, that are ready to die: for I have not found thy works perfect before Yahweh… If therefore thou shalt not watch, I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee." There is always perfect consistency. The only reason we wouldn't see the thief is, that we don't know when to expect him and we aren't watching.

Revelation 16:5 is the first verse I mentioned, the Judeo-Christian churches usually only quoting, "Behold I come as a thief." Let's quote more than this one verse. "Behold I come as a thief. Blessed is he that watcheth, and keepeth his garments, lest he walk naked, and they see his shame."

Then we come to 2 Peter 3:10, which states, "But the day of Yahshua will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up." It doesn't sound quiet to me!

The point is that the Scriptures consistently and expressly teach that when Christ returns, there will be no doubt as to what is happening, and everyone will know it. They will know it and they will not be able to dispute it, like we have a relative handful of people pushing 70 AD Preterism and similar heresies, which are only ridiculous distractions that are contrary to all Scripture. Returning to Comparet:

1 Thessalonians 5:1-6 continues, "But of the times and seasons brethren, ye have no need that I write to you. For yourselves know perfectly that the day of Yahshua so cometh as a thief in the night. For when they shall say. Peace and safety, then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape. But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that the day overtake you as a thief...Therefore let us not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober."

There is a sentence in there that ought to be required reading for all of our government officials. "For when they say, Peace and safety, then sudden destruction cometh upon them." No one has ever trusted the communists in anything, not once, without being betrayed. Why should we? It is the same old Jewish, satanic organization that has been trying to destroy Israel for centuries.

By Israel, Comparet means to describe the true Israel, the White nations of Christendom. This time which he refers to is upon us. Jewry so much thinks that it is in full control of the world that there is open talk on thousands of websites, particularly on Jewish websites, of a Pax Judaica gradually replacing the post-Second World War period which the establishment pundits have dubbed the Pax Americana. Of course, in real terms, Pax Judaica is a euphemism for Jewish World Supremacy and the fulfillment of all of the objectives outlined in the Protocols of Satan. So we await the day, that sudden destruction comes upon them. Comparet continues:

There has been plenty of warning in the Bible that, if we aren't ready, if we aren't watching, we may not observe the coming of Yahshua until it is too late. What does the Bible indicate that His return will be like? There are few prophecies in the Bible, all relating to ancient times, where a date was set. It would say, within so many years such a thing would happen. This is very rare; it is not the normal procedure in Bible prophecy. Normally the Bible will give a sign that we are approaching the date when a certain prophecy will be fulfilled, and it tells us to look for a certain sign. When we see this sign, we know what is about to happen.

This is the rule concerning prophecies that deal with our own time. We are told of events which will happen that will be indications the big event is near, and if we watch, we will see the event happen. If we are watching, the prophesied event is not going to catch us unawares.

Matthew chapter 24 tells of Yahshua and the disciples being near the temple in Jerusalem, the big temple that Herod built. [That temple was already the third temple, so even the devil is wrong – WRF.]

It was a magnificent structure. The disciples were commenting upon the magnificent building when Yahshua said, "The time is coming when not one stone of this will be left standing upon another." When the disciples got a chance to talk with Yahshua about it later, they asked Him about what He had said.

Matthew 24:3 records, "And as he sat upon the Mount of Olives, the disciples came to him privately, saying, tell us, when shall these things be? And what shall be the sign of the coming and the end of the age." The King James Bible says, end of the world, but in the Greek it says, end of the age. This planet is going to be around for a long time yet.

If we pay close attention, we can see that the disciples asked three questions, thinking that all of those things would happen at the same time. Christ gave one answer, and left it for us to sort out. Continuing with Compare, who begins to cite Matthew 24, Mark 13 and Luke 21 concurrently, as they are all separate recollections of the same discourse given in response to the questions of the disciples:

Then Yahshua went on to list seven signs. When we see these signs come to pass, we would know that Yahshua's return would soon come.

Matthew 24:5-11 tells us the first sign, false prophets and false Christs. Mark 13:6,21 & 22 and Luke 21:8 tells us the same thing. We are getting false prophets by the carload lots in the National Council of Churches these days; there have even been some false Christs. Some of you have heard of the Bahai sect. They say that their founder, who is coming back, the high ruler, is the messiah of all religions, including those religions which don't have any messiah. Then there is the young Hindu boy, Jiddi Krishnamurti; they tried to tell us was the reincarnation of Yahshua. This has fooled nobody but the Theosophists.

[I think ‘Jiddi Krishnamurti’ translates into street shitter in English.]

The truth is that Whites would never even be exposed to this trash if it were not for the Jewish media, which promotes all religions in order to reduce Christianity to the level of just another cult. It benefits the agenda of the Jew if Whites would see all religions as being equally viable. Like either 7-Up, Coke or Pepsi may quench one’s thirst, any off-the-shelf religion can get one to heaven, at least according to the agenda which the Jew has pushed into Christian society. To the Jew, life is only a series of economic choices and personal flavor preferences. Again continuing with Comparet:

Matthew 24:6-7, Mark 13: 7-8, Luke 21:9-10 give the second sign. There will be wars and rumors of wars, nation rising against nation and kingdom against kingdom. At this point Yahshua gave them an additional warning. Don't be deceived by this, because there are going to be wars all the time. No ordinary war is the sign of a return of Yahshua; it has to be quite an extra-ordinary one. Yahshua said these are just the beginning of trouble, but the end is not yet.

The fourth sign, there would be pestilence. Matthew 24:7, Mark 13:8 and Luke 21:11.

The fifth sign, there would be earthquakes. Same verses as for the fourth sign.

The sixth sign is something we have neither heard nor seen for a long time. Yahshua said the gospel of the kingdom shall be preached for a witness unto all nations, and then shall the end come. The Greek word translated as end, τέλος, means really and emphatically the very end.

The word τέλος also has the meaning of fulfillment, and as we learn from Herodotus, speaking of Persian customs, their word for fulfillment, which he had literally translated into Greek as τέλειος, a derivative of τέλος which has a similar meaning, was used to describe a banquet feast given by the Persian king (Histories, 9:110). This is the true significance of the phrase which we see in many of the Psalms, which are prefaced with the words “For the end, a Psalm of David”. If you have a Bible that preserves the superscripts of the Psalms, such as Brenton’s Septuagint, you can see that many Psalms are prefaced in that manner. Psalms 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 29, and perhaps as many as thirty other Psalms, all begin with the words εἰς τὸ τέλος ψαλμὸς τῷ Δαυιδ, or in English, if they are read literally, “For the end, a Psalm of David”. Of course, all of these Psalms were songs, and they were sung publicly in accompaniment to orchestral music. I would contest therefore, that the Hebrew words which the later translators had rendered literally as “for the end” really meant the same thing that Herodotus described of the Persians, and David really wrote them to be performed at a dinner of State, a banquet celebrating the fulfillment of something. However I did not offer this digression to contend with Comparet. Rather, I only want to point out that the end is not really the end, but for the children of Yahweh it is only a new beginning. That is because in an eschatological sense, at the end of the age we have the Wedding Feast of the Lamb, and Christians shall rejoice at the banquet of our God which is described in Revelation chapter 19 as the complete destruction of all the enemies of Christ. Continuing with Comparet, who has yet to discuss one more sign:

In the time of Yahshua and the original apostles, they preached the gospel of the kingdom of Yahweh. Then, not long after Yahshua was crucified, the kingdom gospel was forgotten and junked. All that was preached after this time was the gospel of personal salvation. It is only within our lifetime has there been any substantial amount of the preaching of the gospel of the kingdom of Yahweh. Note that Yahshua didn't say the gospel of the kingdom would be preached to all nations to convert them. Quite to the contrary, this gospel was only to be preached as a witness. This was so nobody can ask why they weren't told about it. People will have been told and refused to accept the message.

We have long said that true Christianity was persecuted out of existence by the end of the first century. That is another digression we shall save for another time, but Comparet certainly seems to agree. Comparet continues:

The seventh sign, the last one. The abomination of desolate standing in the holy place. The holy place, if there was ever one that could be called this, would be the site of King Solomon's temple in Jerusalem. This site was under the control of the Jordanian Arabs, until the 1967 war when the Jews seized the old city of Jerusalem containing the holy places.

The Jews had been saying they were going to demolish the Mohammedan mosque, the Dome of the Rock, which stands on the site of Solomon's temple. They plan to rebuild a Jewish temple on the old site, saying they are going to rebuild Solomon's temple. There have been many shipments of high grade American marble stone, cut in Indiana and shipped over there, ready for use in the rebuilding of the temple.

So far the Jews haven't quite had the gall to start demolishing the Mosque of Omar, as this mosque is commonly called. If and when they start the demolition of this mosque, the Jews aren't going to be facing only a relatively small number of Arabs; they will be facing the whole Moslem world. This is a very holy site to the Mohammedans, second only to Mecca. The entire Mohammedan world will declare a holy war immediately and this is about 450 million people, or more. The abomination that brings desolation is certainly the Jewish control of the holy place.

We must interpret this differently. Comparet is a little soft on Arabs, who are also in large degree the descendants of the same Canaanite bastards that the Jews descended from. However we do believe that the Israeli state and the Dome of the Rock, which Comparet calls the “mosque of Omar”, figure into the prophecy of the abomination of desolation. It is too long to repeat here, and we do not want to distract from Comparet’s purpose in this sermon, but we discussed this at length in our own commentaries on this prophecy in Matthew chapter 24 and Mark chapter 13. It must be reconciled with a similar prophecy in Daniel. The words of Christ in the gospel concerning this abomination cannot be understood without the prophecy of Daniel. In short, Daniel describes the setting up of the abomination of desolation, and then from that time gives two periods, of 1290 and 1335 days – or prophetic years – periods which I believe ended in or around 1913 and 1947. In 1914 we had the first great war and the first steps to the fulfillment of Zionism, and in 1948 the Israeli state was founded which paved the way for the fulfillment of the prophecy in the opening verses of Malachi, concerning the return to and the rebuilding of the desolate places by the house of Esau, which are in large part the modern Jews. For now we shall continue with Comparet:

In Luke 21:25-35 Yahshua goes into more detail. "And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars. And then shall they see the Son of man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh… So likewise ye, when you see these things come to pass, know ye that the kingdom of Yahweh is nigh at hand… And take heed to yourselves, lest at any time your hearts be overcharged with surfeiting and drunkenness, and cares of this life, so that day should come upon you unawares. For as a snare shall it come on all them that dwell on the face of the whole earth.”

How anybody can mistake the plain meaning of these signs? I don't know. The signs are there if we will watch for them. There are a lot of people who are going to find this time is suddenly here, before they are ready for it, simply because they have not been watching.

There is no doubt the Bible promise that Yahshua, upon His return, will gather His elect. The Judeo-Christian churches like to call this the rapture of the church. Some of the dead, those few who have been selected for this particular purpose, will be resurrected. Some of the living who have been selected, without experiencing death, will be given their immortal bodies just like the resurrected dead. It says we will be caught up into the air to meet Him as He returns.

With their curious ability to misinterpret the Bible, preachers have taken the seventy weeks period, 490 years as Daniel prophesied, and teach that the seventieth week doesn't come after the sixty-ninth week. But that there is a gap of over nineteen centuries between the sixty-ninth [week of years] and the seventieth [week of years]. The Judeo-Christians garble what Daniel prophesied, so it can't be recognized what was to happen in the seventieth week.

Then they teach that upon the return of Yahshua, who will come first for the rapture of the church, then He will flee and let Satan take over, without opposition, for three and a half years, some teach for seven years. Only after this will Yahshua come back for the purpose of judgment on the wicked. How is this for convoluted thinking?

How the church could be taken away before this period of tribulation can't be explained, if we read the Bible. Read Mark 13:24-27 & 35-37, and remember they are quoting Yahshua. "But in those days, after that tribulation..." This refers to the great tribulation, this period of war, and famine etc. that we would go through when the final break up of the age comes.

Yahshua said it would be so terrible, that if Yahweh had not shortened that period, that no flesh would remain on the earth. "But in those days, after that tribulation, the sun shall be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light. And all the stars of heaven shall fall, and the powers that are in heaven shall be shaken. And then shall he send his angels, and shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from the uttermost part of heaven...Watch therefore: for ye know not when the master of the house cometh, at even, or at midnight, or at the cock crowing, or in the morning. Lest coming suddenly he find you sleeping. And what I say unto you I say unto all, Watch."

The whole order of this is going to be the catastrophic breakup of the age, terrible events, which don't come until we have first seen those seven signs that Yahshua prophesied. Then will come this terrible cataclysm and then, after that, there will be the return of Yahshua. After we have observed His return, then He is going to gather His elect, the real church.

In Matthew 24:37-39 & 42, Yahshua gives another explanation of these events. "But as the days of Noah were, so shall the coming of the Son of man be." This verse alone ought to correct the preacher's errors. Was there a secret flood, which floated the ark away, and nobody noticed? Then after the flood, was this the judgment? Obviously not at all.

Therefore, when we are told that it will be just as it was in the days of Noah, how can they come to this curiously foolish doctrine of the secret rapture? "But as the days of Noah were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark, and knew not until the flood came and took them away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. Watch therefore, for ye know not what hour your master doth come."

Now, Comparet was focused on the flood of Noah and the way that flood came down suddenly upon all of those who did not believe him. The parallel is that when Christ comes, there shall be a great destruction everywhere, which the world does not expect, just as it was in the days of Noah. However it is just as important to note what the people of Noah’s time were doing before the event of the flood, “eating and drinking and marrying and giving in marriage”, which describes the licentiousness of the people and the race-mixing which was going on with the so-called “sons of God”, the rebellious angels. Furthermore, the Preterists err when they imagine Christ to have been speaking only of Jerusalem in that discourse, since when Jerusalem was destroyed Titus left Jews all over the place in other cities. 70 AD hardly destroyed the enemies of Christ, although it did crush the head and slow down their agenda for a long time to come. Comparet continues:

The Bible makes it very clear; there will be no secret coming. The second coming will be accompanied by the most tremendous phenomena the world has ever seen. This will be too great for even the dullest to overlook, once it starts happening. The point is, when it occurs it is going to be too late to get into the real elect, we have something to do first. The return of Yahshua will be unexpected by those who have not believed and haven't been on the watch.

We would interpret this a little differently, imagining that when it happens it will be too late for many to separate themselves from the enemies of Yahweh, so they will share with their punishment. He continues:

Matthew 25:1-13 gives us a pretty clear illustration of just exactly what is going to happen, in one of Yahshua's parables. "Then shall the kingdom of heaven be likened unto ten virgins, which took their lamps, and went forth to meet the bridegroom. And five of them were wise, and five were foolish. They that were foolish took their lamps, and took no oil with them: But the wise took oil in the vessels with their lamps. While the bridegroom tarried they all slumbered and slept. And at midnight there was a cry made, Behold, the bridegroom cometh; go ye out to meet him. Then all those virgins arose, and trimmed their lamps.

“And the foolish said unto the wise, give us your oil; for our lamps are gone out. But the wise answered, saying, not so; lest there be not enough for you and us: but go ye rather to them that sell, and buy for yourselves. And while they went to buy, the bridegroom came; and they that were ready went in with him to the marriage: and the door was shut.

“Afterward came also the other virgins, saying, Master, Master, open to us. But he answered and said, Verily I say unto you, I know you not. Watch therefore, for ye know neither the day nor the hour wherein the Son of man cometh."

Those who reject Yahshua as their Savior and Redeemer, have no choice remaining to them but to face judgment of their sins, because they have refused to accept the only way out. Of those who do accept Him as their Savior and Redeemer, this is only the beginning; this is not the end of the matter.

Of those who accept Him, we see two groups: those who believe Him and know to come out from among His enemies, and those who do not know better, who are punished along with them. While all Israel shall be saved in the end, many will suffer in the process. Now Comparet continues with a discussion of the meaning of salvation:

Salvation means only continued life. Both the Hebrew words in the Old Testament and the Greek words in the New Testament that have been translated salvation, mean only safety. If you find somebody floundering around in deep water unable to swim, and you grab him by the collar and pull him to shore, you have given him salvation, and he has been given safety.

The word salvation is used in the Christian religion with a further connotation. When this meat-and-bones body that we walk around in dies, our real personality will not also perish. Yahweh will give us continued life with a new body of suitable form, so then we will have a conscious existence. On what level will this be?

Salvation means further preservation for the children of Adam because only they have an eternal spirit, which is already a gift from God. So only they can be preserved beyond this fleshly existence. The other races, bastards, are twice-dead and have no hope of salvation. [We discuss this at length in certain portions of our Pragmatic Genesis series.] Furthermore, as Paul says in 1 Corinthians chapter 15, if there is a physical body, there is also a spiritual body, so we already have a body suitable for our continued existence, which will be as real to us as our current physical body But to us this is not a religious issue. Instead, it is a biological issue, as Paul also said concerning the resurrection of the dead, in a passage that was corrupted in the Majority Text: “It is sown a natural body, it is raised a spiritual body; if there is a natural body, there is also a spiritual.”

Some nominal Christians are going to be very distinctly low man on the totem pole. They haven't fitted themselves for anything better than merely continued existence. Most of the churches don't try to teach you anymore than this. In those few who do try, we don't find much enthusiasm, on the part of most of the congregation, to learn what it is all about.

Here Comparet’s view of the relationship between body, spirit and mind is agreeable to our own, outside of the differences we have already discussed. At least, he does agree that our consciousness is with our spirits and that our spirits continue to exist after the death of the physical body. that However he never really completely filled out his full opinions on the matter in any one sermon, so some may cherry-pick his words to promote a different gospel. Now as he continues, he begins to attempt to correlate eschatology with the current events of his own time:

We have had experience, since the time of Franklin D. Roosevelt, with a miserable botch of a government, conducted by incompetent bureaucrats who don't know what they are doing. I can assure you that the kingdom of Yahweh is not going to be anything like this. Those who are going to have any part in it, those who will sit on the throne with Yahshua and reign with Him, will only be those who have fitted themselves for it. There will be many perfectly good saved Christians, as these churches call them, in the kingdom of Yahweh. They will simply have to sweep the streets and empty the garbage because they aren't fitted to do anything better, they turned it down.

Those who wish the higher calling, to become part of the administrative staff of the kingdom of Yahweh, are the comparatively few who have studied for it. They know what it is all about and they will be fit to carry out their duties.

Here Comparet seems to display a lack of humility. We should never imagine that merely through our own study we can earn a higher place in the Kingdom of God. Rather, Christ had said that from men given much, much would be expected, and from men given little, little would be expected. Many men who have studied much and who are very learned have not done much at all. We will be judged not by how much we study, but by what we have done with what we were given. Now he continues:

In Luke 13:23-27 it is pretty clearly indicated again. I am reading this particular passage from Lamsa's translation from the Aramaic, as it is particularly easy to understand. "A man asked Jesus, Are there only a few who are to be saved? Jesus said to him, strive to enter in through the narrow door; for I say to you that many will seek to enter in and will not be able. From the hour when the master of the house rises up and locks the door, and you will begin to say, Our Master, our Master, open for us; and he will answer, saying, I say to you, I do not know you or where you come from. And you will begin to say, we have eaten and drunk in your presence, and you taught in our streets. And he will say to you, I do not know you or where you come from; depart from me, O you workers of iniquity."

This may seem harmless, but it is a great error to be quoting George Lamsa on the New Testament. First, Lamsa himself is an Arab bastard, a native Syrian, and his primary assertion, an argument which he himself popularized recently, is that the New Testament, or at least significant parts of it, was originally written in Aramaic. That is a lie, and especially in reference to the portion attributed to Luke, Paul, Mark or John. All of them wrote in Greek, and it is also certain that Peter and James originally wrote in Greek. Matthew may have written a gospel first in Aramaic, but that is a separate issue. The Gospel of Matthew which we have, the apostle probably wrote later, because neither is that a translation: it too was originally written in Greek. The oldest surviving Aramaic manuscripts of any New Testament writing date only to the fifth century, but there are Greek and Latin texts in use today which existed long before that, all the way back to the second century. If there were some original Aramaic version, we may imagine that would be attested by Origen’s Hexapla, or by the writings of early Church Fathers like Justin Martyr, who was a Samaritan and must have been familiar with Aramaic, but they give no such testimonies. The earliest Aramaic versions are know to be translations from Greek. So why would Comparet think that a Greek-to-Aramaic-to-English translation could be better or more accurate than a Greek-to-English translation escapes me. Now, Lamsa does have some value as a linguist where he explains certain Old Testament Hebrew idioms, but he has nothing to offer us in translating the New Testament. Comparet continues:

What is going to happen to many of the ministers in our churches today? They will say, Lord, didn't I teach the people of my church that the Old Testament was all a mistake and had to be discarded? Didn't I teach them your laws were wrong and were no longer in effect? Didn't I teach them to violate your laws? Didn't I teach them that at a church supper they should always have baked ham, one of the forbidden foods, deliberately violating your law, to show that now we are not under the law but under grace?

In Matthew 5:18, Yahshua made it very clear His opinion of the laws. "For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled." It can't be any clearer than this!

What was called a jot, the Hebrew letter yod, and the smallest letter in the Hebrew alphabet, is just a tiny little curlicue made with a pen. What they called a tittle was only a little curlicue ornament on some of the larger letters. You have noticed where you have seen old English letters, they are used today in Germany, and how the letters have all sorts of little ornamental strokes added to them. Similarly, they would put little curlicues on some of these Hebrew letters, purely as ornaments, which weren't really any part of the letters. These curlicues could be left off without changing the meaning of the letters.

So Yahshua said, "...one yod or one little curlicue shall not pass from the law, till all be fulfilled." Yahshua continues, "Whosoever shall break one of the least of these commandments, and shall teach men to do so, he shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven."

There are going to be a lot of people who are going to be standing outside, knocking on the door and not being let in. The warning is plain enough, but the truths of the Bible aren't taught anymore in the churches. What is taught is man-made doctrine and the social gospel that won't offend the Jews. Remember the prophecy there would be a famine, not a famine of bread or a thirst for water, but a famine of hearing the word of Yahweh. This is exactly what has come upon us.

To Jews we must create a list and add every other non-White race. Comparet is right, that the Gospel of the Kingdom has not been taught since the first century, or until recent times, when Identity Christians are now preaching it once again. He continues:

Somebody once said, "The more it changes, the more it is the same." We have gone through these events before, several times in our history. There is no record of any exception to this rule, that an organized church sooner or later becomes a corrupted and apostate church. If there ever should have been an exception to this rule, it should have been in Jerusalem, for there they had the temple of Yahweh with the personal appearance of Yahweh manifested there, and yet what happened? They not only reached the point where the priests were not teaching the laws of Yahweh, the priests were leading them into idolatry. Read the Book of Ezekiel.

Yahweh said, "Look at what they have done in my house in Jerusalem: you find in it altars to pagan gods set up in the temple in Jerusalem." Look what happened after that. In the very early days, the first century of the Christian era, there was a fairly sound church. From the early 300s on, as the Catholic Church developed, look what happened. What can you find of the old Babylonian paganism that is not part of the official doctrine of the Catholic Church today? The Catholic Church has been utterly corrupted. [The so-called Eastern Orthodox Church is no better, being filled with idols and engaged in the rituals and commandments of men. Comparet continues:]

Look at the Protestant churches! True, they don't recognize the pope as being successor to Yahweh, but they have a list of corruptions just about as impressive as the Catholic Church. It is that period of apostasy, which the Bible prophesied.

The ministers and priests are the people who are utterly unprepared for the return of Yahshua. If I am not mistaken, the Methodist church of today does not require a student of the ministry to swear he believes Yahshua will actually return, in order to be ordained a minister. He can be ordained without this belief. The same is true of some of the other major churches.

It is going to be rather rough going for a good many people when Yahshua returns, because the signs are all around us.

Here, as we have already alluded, Comparet has failed to mention the wanton race-mixing and licentiousness which is implied in the seventh warning, where Christ had said "But as the days of Noah were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage…” When he was writing these sermons, there was relatively very little such race-mixing in either the United States or Europe, and certainly even less in Canada, Australia, and other White havens. Now all of the White nations are being flooded with aliens, and while a military invasion cannot be ruled out, it certainly is not necessary for us to see the fulfillment of the prophecy of Ezekiel chapters 38 and 39 right before our very eyes today. But rather, Comparet envisioned that the end would come in a final violent conflagration and conclusion to the Cold War of the 1950’s and 1960’s. So he continues with that idea:

There remains nothing more to be fulfilled but the tremendous catastrophe that marks the close of this age. The Russian attack upon us that is set out in such detail in Ezekiel chapters 38-39 and some of the book of Joel. This and the accompanying hardships, is all that has not yet been fulfilled.

When the Jews do demolish the Dome of the Rock mosque, the Mohammedan world will go on a rampage. Geographically the Mohammedan world includes the northern third of Africa, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea. It also includes most of western Asia, including Turkey. Incidentally, those Turks are still tough fighters.

There was a contingent of Turkish troops with the United Nation's forces in Korea, and everybody admits those Turks were the toughest fighters on our side. The Mohammedan world includes all the Arab countries, which are the source of most of the world's oil, outside the American continent. It also includes much of the Malay Peninsula and even some of the southern islands of the Philippine islands. When we get all of these Mohammedans declaring a holy war against the Jews, things are going to get hot really fast.

Here we see Comparet imagining that the Jews would be endangered by their actions against the Muslims, which apparently would somehow assist us. In reality, we see Muslims everywhere being used as a tool and a weapon against Whites by the Jews. The Muslims are only a portion of the flood emanating from the mouth of the serpent in its endeavor to make war with the Woman, the bride of Yahweh which is the White Christian nations. The Muslims reject the true Christ, and could never be our allies. Comparet continues, where he is groping in the dark.

The man that the traitors have already picked as a probable democratic candidate for president in 1972, Senator Muskie of Maine, is over in Palestine now. He was quoted in the paper, as having declared publicly that there was no need for a formal treaty of alliance between the United States and this Jewish nation of so called Israel, because we were firmly committed to the defense of Israel, no matter what it took.

Edmund Muskie was a vice-presidential candidate in 1968. Muskie’s 1972 bid for President was unplugged by a letter which was certainly forged, and then by accusations that his wife was a drunken racist, typically Jewish tricks indicating that he was not their chosen candidate. But Nixon’s election campaign staff were later blamed for the slander. This does, however, help date the writing of this sermon. Comparet passed from this world in 1980, and only a few of his surviving sermons can be dated from their content. He continues:

Our politicians have forced all the Arab people, with their oil, to become our enemies. The Arabs would be down right stupid if they didn't simply cut off all flow of oil to the western world, the moment the Dome of the Rock is destroyed. A huge pipeline for the transportation of oil is already being built from the Iranian oil fields into Soviet Russia.

It seems that Comparet failed to see that both the leaders of Arab nations as well as the Soviet leaders were all already puppets for the Rothschilds and world Jewry. They were always in the pocket of world Jewry. So his view of eschatology is typical of 20th century Anglophiles and American patriotards. He continues:

Before World War II, Europe didn't depend too much upon oil. All of her electric power plants, railroads and industrial plants, used coal. Europe has enormous reserves of coal. Then suddenly, following WW II, somebody saw to it that all the coal-burning furnaces were dismantled and oil-burning furnaces installed in their place.

In Europe, if they shut down all non-essential use of oil fuels, they might be able to continue operating at the maximum, ninety days, no more on the store of oil they have there. All Russia would need to do would be to mark time, just keeping up a threat against the eastern front of the free world, but not actually getting into any fighting. This would keep Europe on the alert, and by the end of ninety days, the armies of free Europe couldn't put an airplane in the sky. In addition they couldn't run a tank because there would no longer be any oil fuel to use in them.

As far as running their factories are concerned, the large steam powered plants would also come to a halt, for lack of fuel. Then Russia could move in and take everything with practically no fighting at all.

Of course, this never happened, because Jewry already controlled Europe and Russia. Now Jewry is flooding Europe with alien people, in a bid to destroy the race which created the society without destroying the society itself. Reading Comparet’s proposed end-times scenario is painful, because it is so wrong, but we shall continue:

As far as trying to supply Europe with oil from the American continent is concerned, this would be an impossibility. At the start of WW II, Germany had 65 submarines in operating order, and some of these were just trainers. Never at any time during WW II, did Germany have as many as 100 submarines in operating condition and Germany almost conquered the world single-handed.

Russia starts now with an estimated minimum figure of 350 modern submarines, diesel driven of the snorkel type. She has nearly as many atomic fueled submarines as we have. Within the next two years Russia will be ahead of us in the number of atomic fueled submarines. A more probable estimate of Russia's submarine fleet would be as high as 500. We couldn't possibly get ships across the Atlantic Ocean to carry oil to Europe.

This reflects the conventional wisdom popular among American conservatives of the era, and the conventional wisdom is almost always wrong. It is now common knowledge, that American intelligence agents were purposely over-estimating Soviet military capability in order to help fuel American defense spending and benefit the so-called military-industrial complex by increased government spending in reaction to the perceived threat. Comparet fell for that ploy. The same thing is apparently happening today with Russia and China. If either of them eclipse the United States, it is only because World Jewry has propped them up to do so. Comparet continues:

When an opportunity like this comes up, it would be imbecilic stupidity, on the part of the Russians, not to take advantage of Europe without an oil supply to keep their machinery running. The Jews that are running Russia are out to conquer the world; they have never even tried to disguise this fact.

Well, at least Comparet recognized that Jews were running Soviet Russia, but what he seemed not to completely understand is that they in turn operated for the benefit of other Jews who were not in Russia. Jews were already long in control of practically every world government by this time. Continuing with Comparet, he speaks of production centers which we no longer really have, but for different reasons than he imagined:

Russia's atomic rockets will come over the North Pole, to knock out our production centers. They will hit the Puget Sound area, to knock out the big naval base and the huge Boeing aircraft factory. Chicago will be a target because it is the most important center of rail transportation in the country. Gary and Pittsburgh will be a target to knock out the bigger part of our steel industry and one or two big centers of machine tool production there. Russia's rocket carrying submarines off our coasts will knock out our major port cities. Then, coming down from the eastern Siberian coast, will come the invasion barges filled with troops. This is all prophesied in the Bible and known very clearly to our military intelligence. All of this is ready to happen on short notice.

Of course, most of this strategy is now obsolete. The steel mills, the machine tools factories, our industries were all carried away peacefully, the railroads were used to bring them to the coasts, and the ports were used to float them off to China. If the Russians want to bomb our factories, they will have to bomb Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Beijing! The invasion he speaks of began with the Immigration Act of 1965, and its end is nowhere in sight. The Russians did not need barges to do it, we were invaded by aliens coming in on our own commercial airlines. I can continue, but I would rather continue with Comparet:

You people [his congregation] are not in darkness. You know what to look for to make yourselves ready to survive, during this rough period. You should be ready to take your place in the kingdom of Yahweh, shortly thereafter. The average types of churchgoers are not going to be ready. Then they will wonder why nobody told them about this, but just try to get them to listen now.

In a presentation of this sermon of which we have a recording, here Comparet encouraged his listeners to begin to horde food and water. He then speaks at length about the possible fate of his home town, San Diego, as his congregation were most concerned and wanted to hear his opinion concerning their own area. Our original transcriber, Jeanne Snyder, left out these portions and skipped on to Comparet’s conclusion.

If you notice a sudden exodus of Jews from an area, take it as a warning that they know something disastrous is going to happen. I have always thought that when we pray, "Master, come down and put the lid back on the garbage can, because the lid is off and it stinks". This prayer might not be answered because Yahweh would say, "Why don't you do it?" We are supposed to do a certain amount of these things for ourselves, then what is beyond our reach He will take care of.

But of course, we cannot do anything until Babylon falls… he continues:

There is nothing we can do to stop the disaster that is coming. When the Babylonians captured Jerusalem, there were some of the people who were massacred by the Babylonian army, those who had it coming to them. The rest of the people, since they hadn't learned enough of a lesson, were taken into captivity in Babylon but Yahweh saw that they weren't hurt.

This is where our transcript and our copy of Comparet’s original recording had ended, and it seems to be rather abrupt. However while we may never really know if this was indeed the end, somehow I think not, I think his full conclusion was probably lost to a tape editor somewhere along the line, and it was probably unintended. However what we do have is sufficient to see where he was going.

The most important portion of this sermon is where Comparet had followed the Scriptures in order to demonstrate that Yahshua Christ is certainly going to return, to return personally, as He had frequently promised, and that when He does return it will be an unmistakable event which shall leave no room for any argument as to whether or not He actually did return.

The next important thing to learn from this sermon is from Comparet’s failure. The way that he thought that the prophecies would unfold and the age would end are now obviously wrong. But while we may have a clearer vision, it is really only because we have endured a longer time. So, we must learn from his error, that no matter how clearly we can see things, we cannot read the prophecy and tell the future with any certain accuracy. As I said long ago, prophecy is not written so that we can see the future, but prophecy is written so that we can compare it to the past, and know that God is true. We can see the prophecies and looking back, know that Yahweh keeps His promises.

Knowing that God is true, we should understand that we better train ourselves to do what it is that He has instructed us to do, which, in this case, is to take care of our own affairs, and to watch for His coming while being diligent, as we want to be found among His faithful servants.

Many Identity Christians want to jump the proverbial gun. They think we should take the Judgment of Yahweh into our own hands, and win the control of this world back for ourselves. On the other hand, the Scriptures tell us to do nothing but watch after our own affairs, until we know that “Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen.”

Last night we presented Part 5 of our commentary on the Gospel of John, and we titled it The Focus of the Disciple. We demonstrated that John the Baptist had all of the ability to lead an insurrection against the wicked rulers of Judaea, as he had all the people at his command, and the rulers feared him. But he neglected to entertain any such idea, as that was not his commission from God, and he knew it. John humbly set aside all worldly concerns to conduct his assigned task to “prepare the way” before Christ. For that Christ called him the greatest of all the prophets. He had the greatest ability, but humbly stayed focused on his God-given mission.

Keeping our own selves in that same obedience to Christ, we can work towards fulfilling the Elijah ministry for our own day, which is expressly described in the prophecy of Malachi where we read: “5 Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the LORD: 6 And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their fathers, lest I come and smite the earth with a curse.” He is coming, but we should endeavor to prepare His way, which John did by informing the people of what was coming, and that is also what we must do. We prepare His way as He said, by preaching the Gospel of the Kingdom.

The Christian Identity message is the Gospel of the Kingdom, which Comparet has correctly said had not been preached since the first century. Only the gospel of personal salvation has been preached since then, by which the professional priests have been able to exert control over the masses, by keeping them in fear. The Christian Identity message is also the only message which turns the hearts of the children to the fathers: teaching White Christians their true identity as the ancient children of Israel, it turns the hearts of the children to the fathers. As a result, that turns the hearts of fathers to their children, as people come to the awakening of the importance of race in the greater plan of Yahweh God for His children.

As John had his assignment and stayed focused upon it, in spite of his ability to do otherwise, so must we also, because anything which we try that is outside of Yahweh’s plan for us is destined to fail. When Babylon falls, only then shall we hear the call to arise and thresh, but until then we must fight a purely spiritual, ideological war, as Paul explained in 2 Corinthians chapter 10, and in Ephesians chapter 6.

As Paul of Tarsus had said in 2 Corinthians chapter 10: “3 For though we walk in the flesh, we do not war after the flesh: 4 (For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds;) 5 Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ; 6 And having in a readiness to revenge all disobedience, when your obedience is fulfilled.”

And in Ephesians chapter 6: “12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. 13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.”

Standing in the evil day is all that we can hope to do, and it is our obligation to educate our brethren, to preach the Gospel of the Kingdom. Christ had said, and Comparet had quoted Him from Matthew chapter 24, that “14… this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.” And as Comparet concluded, the ancient children of Judah were taken off to Babylon for their sins, but they themselves were not harmed. However Yahweh warned that He would destroy those who did not serve the king of Babylon, because His plan for Judah was captivity, to serve His purpose. So neither shall we have any power against Babylon until it falls, and it certainly shall fall. But we are powerless against it until it does. We must realize our place in the affairs of our God, and only in that manner shall we be pleasing to Him.

The children of Israel rejected Yahweh as their King 3,500 years ago. They will not save themselves, because if they did they would never again accept Him as their king. In the end, they shall be saved in a way that makes it absolutely inevitable, that they can never survive unless they accept Him as King.